DAYS OF LOT: Transgender Boy competes with girls track team for first time

Cromwell High School freshman Andraya Yearwood finally ran the race she had been dreaming of running, and not because she had a personal best time. Andraya is a transgender woman who was running for the girls’ track team on Wednesday, racing other female athletes from Portland and Old Saybrook. After telling her father, Rahsaan Yearwood, and

mother, Ngozi Nnaji, in middle school that she identified as a female, Andraya, 15, was getting the chance she wanted. With family, friends and teammates cheering her on at her first high school track meet, Andraya won the girls 100- and 200-meter dashes, and helped her 4×100-meter relay team take second place. She ran 11.99 seconds in the 100 and 26.34 in the 200. “I do hope I inspire people, but not only with track,” Andraya said Wednesday. READ MORE


3 Comments on "DAYS OF LOT: Transgender Boy competes with girls track team for first time"

  1. Well isn’t this wonderful, the LGBTQ has now polluted athletics !!! How much trouble do you think this is going to cause everyone else ??? Oh right, ALL you care about is YOURSELVES !!!

  2. Want to know what really goes on with these individuals? Put on a huddie, pay cash at a grunge porno store, rent a copy of “The She-Male Reformatory.” After this, you will want to join a patriot group who will stop these freaks from influencing your children and society. It’s time for their shot.

  3. Oh dear… so obviously a boy…

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